Be Humble. Stay Hungry. Always Hustle.

September 18, 2015
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Podcast Episode #160


Brad Lomenick joins us to discuss his new book, H3 Leadership, and one of the most popular features on his blog—the young influencers list.

Some highlights from today’s episode include:

  • The “what’s next?” for us is often the “what’s now?”
  • If you don’t understand your true identity in Christ as a leader, you’re never going to be effective and have impact.
  • Don’t let what you do define who you are.
  • The habit of execution is perhaps the most important quality of leaders today.
  • Leaders today have to be able to get it done.
  • You can be a great idea person, but if you can’t get it done, the ideas don’t matter.
  • If there is one major area where execution is lacking in the church, it’s with outward focus.
  • Your legacy as a leader will be as much defined by the way you hand something off as by the way you build it.

The three points from H3 Leadership which we discuss are:

  1. Humble (Who am I?)
  2. Hungry (Where do I want to go?)
  3. Hustle (How will I get there?

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